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to secure the goal desired. Especially is this true in regard to vendors, as Dr. Hamill always has from twenty to thirty physicians who are registered with him as buyers, and who have asked him to pilot them on to suitable locations for practice. Vendors can get quick results by taking advantage of the experience and opportunities of this office. A list of his offers will always be found among our advertising columns, the complexion of which necessarily changes each month.
RHEUMATISM DUE TO GRIP.-In speaking of the treatment of articular rheumatism, Hobart A. Hare, M.D., Professor of Therapeutics in the Jefferson Medical College and editor of The Therapeutic Gazette, says: “ Any substance possessing strong antipyretic power must be of value under such circumstances." He further notes that the analgesic power of the coal-tar products "must exert a powerful influence for good.” The lowering of the fever no doubt quiets the system and removes the delirium which accompanies the hyperpyrexia, while freedom from pain saves an immense amount of wear, and places the patient in a better condition for recovery. The researches of Guttmann show conclusively that these products possess a direct anti-rheumatic influence and among those remedies antikamnia stands pre-eminent as an analgesic and antipyretic. Hare, in the latest edition of his “Practical Therapeutics,” says: “ Salol renders the intestinal canal anti
“ septic.” This is much needed in the treatment of rheumatism. In short, the value of salol in rheumatic conditions is so well understood and appreciated that further comment is unnecessary. The statements of Profs. Hare and Guttmann are so well known and to the point, and have been verified so often, that we are not surprised that the wide-awake manufacturers placed “ Antikamnia and Salol Tablets” on the market. Each of these tablets contains two and one-half grains of antikamnia and two and one-half grains of salol. The proper proportion of the ingredients is evidenced by the popularity of the tablets in all rheumatic conditions and particularly in that condition of muscular soreness which accompanies and follows the grip.
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